wiki:PlasticSlices/BaselineEvaluation/Baseline1Details

Here are the details of Baseline 1, divided by slice.

These results were copied and pasted from the terminal windows where the experiments were run; we didn't save full logs of those windows in this baseline.

plastic-101

GigaPing, using count=120000, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
ganel.gpolab.bbn.com planetlab5.clemson.edu server=10.42.101.105
planetlab4.clemson.edu pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu server=10.42.101.73
pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu of-planet2.stanford.edu server=10.42.101.91
of-planet1.stanford.edu pl02.cs.washington.edu server=10.42.101.81
pl01.cs.washington.edu wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu server=10.42.101.96
wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu gardil.gpolab.bbn.com server=10.42.101.52

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
sudo ping -i .001 -s $((1500-8-20)) -c 120000 $server

Results

ganel.gpolab.bbn.com:

--- 10.42.101.105 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 119971 received, 0% packet loss, time 970088ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 59.356/59.555/617.615/6.479 ms, pipe 76

planetlab4.clemson.edu:

--- 10.42.101.73 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 120000 received, 0% packet loss, time 834526ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 39.670/39.861/626.202/6.815 ms, pipe 62

pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu:

--- 10.42.101.91 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 119945 received, 0% packet loss, time 996653ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 102.824/103.855/2228.383/32.965 ms, pipe 373

of-planet1.stanford.edu:

--- 10.42.101.81 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 117874 received, 1% packet loss, time 893630ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 152.657/177.853/30634.399/631.352 ms, pipe 3394

pl01.cs.washington.edu:

--- 10.42.101.96 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 1357084ms

wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu:

--- 10.42.101.52 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 120000 received, 0% packet loss, time 944479ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 29.548/29.607/276.653/2.024 ms, pipe 32

Analysis

pl01.cs.washington.edu was unable to ping 10.42.101.96 (on wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu) at all.

The other results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

plastic-102

GigaPing, using count=120000, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
sardis.gpolab.bbn.com planetlab4.clemson.edu server=10.42.102.104
planetlab5.clemson.edu pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu server=10.42.102.72
pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu of-planet4.stanford.edu server=10.42.102.93
of-planet3.stanford.edu pl01.cs.washington.edu server=10.42.102.80
pl02.cs.washington.edu wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu server=10.42.102.95
wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu bain.gpolab.bbn.com server=10.42.102.54

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
sudo ping -i .001 -s $((1500-8-20)) -c 120000 $server

Results

sardis.gpolab.bbn.com:

--- 10.42.102.104 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 119950 received, 0% packet loss, time 950547ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 164.723/165.996/1954.900/39.054 ms, pipe 202

planetlab5.clemson.edu:

--- 10.42.102.72 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 119865 received, 0% packet loss, time 922229ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 145.015/146.233/2030.306/37.677 ms, pipe 204

pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu:

--- 10.42.102.93 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 1227139ms

of-planet3.stanford.edu:

--- 10.42.102.80 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 1349857ms

pl02.cs.washington.edu:

--- 10.42.102.95 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 119888 received, 0% packet loss, time 861916ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 59.672/60.787/1546.134/20.695 ms, pipe 151

wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu:

--- 10.42.102.54 ping statistics ---
120000 packets transmitted, 119808 received, 0% packet loss, time 940112ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 29.551/29.701/554.670/6.144 ms, pipe 48

Analysis

pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu was unable to ping 10.42.102.93 (on of-planet4.stanford.edu) at all, and of-planet3.stanford.edu was unable to ping 10.42.102.80 (on pl01.cs.washington.edu) at all.

The other results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

plastic-103

GigaPerf TCP, using port=5103, size=350, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
of-planet1.stanford.edu navis.gpolab.bbn.com server=10.42.103.55
ganel.gpolab.bbn.com pl01.cs.washington.edu server=10.42.103.80
pl02.cs.washington.edu of-planet2.stanford.edu server=10.42.103.91

One-time prep commands run on each client and server

sudo yum -y install iperf

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -B $server -p 5103 -s -i 1

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -c $server -p 5103 -n 350M

Results

of-planet1.stanford.edu:

------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.103.55, TCP port 5103
TCP window size: 16.0 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 10.42.103.90 port 54079 connected with 10.42.103.55 port 5103
[ ID] Interval       Transfer     Bandwidth
[  3]  0.0-708.0 sec   350 MBytes  4.15 Mbits/sec

ganel.gpolab.bbn.com:

connect failed: Connection timed out
write1 failed: Broken pipe
write2 failed: Broken pipe
------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.103.80, TCP port 5103
TCP window size: 16.0 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 0.0.0.0 port 48977 connected with 10.42.103.80 port 5103
[  3]  0.0- 0.0 sec  0.00 Bytes  0.00 bits/sec

pl02.cs.washington.edu:

------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.103.91, TCP port 5103
TCP window size: 16.0 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 10.42.103.81 port 38247 connected with 10.42.103.91 port 5103
[ ID] Interval       Transfer     Bandwidth
[  3]  0.0-918.1 sec   350 MBytes  3.20 Mbits/sec

Analysis

ganel.gpolab.bbn.com was unable to connect to 10.42.103.80 (on pl01.cs.washington.edu).

The other results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

plastic-104

GigaPerf UDP, using port=5104, size=1000, rate=100, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
planetlab4.clemson.edu gardil.gpolab.bbn.com server=10.42.104.52

One-time prep commands run on each client and server

sudo yum -y install iperf

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -u -B $server -p 5104 -s -i 1

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -u -c $server -p 5104 -n 1000M -b 100M

Results

planetlab4.clemson.edu:

------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.104.52, UDP port 5104
Sending 1470 byte datagrams
UDP buffer size:  109 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 10.42.104.104 port 33857 connected with 10.42.104.52 port 5104
[ ID] Interval       Transfer     Bandwidth
[  3]  0.0-83.8 sec  1000 MBytes   100 Mbits/sec
[  3] Sent 713318 datagrams
[  3] Server Report:
[  3]  0.0-83.1 sec  8.05 MBytes   812 Kbits/sec  27.059 ms 707567/713308 (99%)

Analysis

99% packet loss suggests a lot of network congestion. We didn't attempt to discover where the congestion was (e.g. on the host interface, a switch between the host and the backbone, within the backbone, in the OpenFlow control path, etc).

plastic-105

GigaPerf TCP, using port=5105, size=350, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu planetlab5.clemson.edu server=10.42.105.105
planetlab4.clemson.edu sardis.gpolab.bbn.com server=10.42.105.53
bain.gpolab.bbn.com wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu server=10.42.105.96

One-time prep commands run on each client and server

sudo yum -y install iperf

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -B $server -p 5103 -s -i 1

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -c $server -p 5103 -n 350M

Results

wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu:

------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.105.105, TCP port 5103
TCP window size: 16.0 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 10.42.105.95 port 49534 connected with 10.42.105.105 port 5103
[ ID] Interval       Transfer     Bandwidth
[  3]  0.0-249.4 sec   350 MBytes  11.8 Mbits/sec

planetlab4.clemson.edu:

------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.105.53, TCP port 5103
TCP window size: 16.0 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 10.42.105.104 port 40099 connected with 10.42.105.53 port 5103
[ ID] Interval       Transfer     Bandwidth
[  3]  0.0-348.4 sec   350 MBytes  8.43 Mbits/sec

bain.gpolab.bbn.com:

------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.105.96, TCP port 5103
TCP window size: 16.0 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 10.42.105.54 port 35328 connected with 10.42.105.96 port 5103
[  3]  0.0-676.9 sec    350 MBytes  4.34 Mbits/sec

Analysis

We used the wrong port for this slice by mistake, but think that this didn't cause any problems, since the traffic also uses to a unique IP address.

The other results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

plastic-106

GigaPerf UDP, using port=5106, size=1000, rate=100, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
planetlab5.clemson.edu wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu server=10.42.106.95

One-time prep commands run on each client and server

sudo yum -y install iperf

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -u -B $server -p 5104 -s -i 1

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
nice -n 19 iperf -u -c $server -p 5104 -n 1000M -b 100M

Results

planetlab5.clemson.edu:

------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to 10.42.106.95, UDP port 5104
Sending 1470 byte datagrams
UDP buffer size:  109 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 10.42.106.105 port 43743 connected with 10.42.106.95 port 5104
[ ID] Interval       Transfer     Bandwidth
[  3]  0.0-83.6 sec  1000 MBytes   100 Mbits/sec
[  3] Sent 713318 datagrams
[  3] Server Report:
[  3]  0.0-79.1 sec  9.71 MBytes  1.03 Mbits/sec  21.837 ms 706350/713275 (99%)
[  3]  0.0-79.1 sec  76 datagrams received out-of-order

Analysis

We used the wrong port for this slice by mistake, but think that this didn't cause any problems, since the traffic also uses to a unique IP address.

99% packet loss suggests a lot of network congestion. We didn't attempt to discover where the congestion was (e.g. on the host interface, a switch between the host and the backbone, within the backbone, in the OpenFlow control path, etc).

plastic-107

GigaWeb, using count=40, port=4107, file=substrate.doc, md5sum=d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
planetlab5.clemson.edu pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu server=10.42.107.72
pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu pl02.cs.washington.edu server=10.42.107.81
pl01.cs.washington.edu planetlab4.clemson.edu server=10.42.107.104

One-time prep commands run on each server

sudo yum -y install pyOpenSSL patch
rm -rf ~/gigaweb
mkdir -p ~/gigaweb/docroot
cd ~/gigaweb
wget http://code.activestate.com/recipes/442473-simple-http-server-supporting-ssl-secure-communica/download/1/ -O httpsd.py
wget http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/PlasticSlices/Experiments/httpsd.py.patch?format=raw -O httpsd.py.patch
patch httpsd.py httpsd.py.patch
rm httpsd.py.patch

openssl genrsa -passout pass:localhost -des3 -rand /dev/urandom -out localhost.localdomain.key 1024
openssl req -subj /CN=localhost.localdomain -passin pass:localhost -new -key localhost.localdomain.key -out localhost.localdomain.csr
openssl x509 -passin pass:localhost -req -days 3650 -in localhost.localdomain.csr -signkey localhost.localdomain.key -out localhost.localdomain.crt
openssl rsa -passin pass:localhost -in localhost.localdomain.key -out decrypted.localhost.localdomain.key
mv decrypted.localhost.localdomain.key localhost.localdomain.key
cat localhost.localdomain.key localhost.localdomain.crt > localhost.localdomain.pem
rm localhost.localdomain.key localhost.localdomain.crt localhost.localdomain.csr

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
cd ~/gigaweb/docroot
python ../httpsd.py $server 4107

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
rm -rf ~/gigaweb
mkdir ~/gigaweb
cd ~/gigaweb
for i in {1..40} ; do wget --no-check-certificate https://$server:4107/substrate.doc -O substrate.doc.$i ; done
du -sb .
md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."

Results

planetlab5.clemson.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic107@planetlab5 gigaweb]$ du -sb .
339501056       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic107@planetlab5 gigaweb]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic107@pl5 gigaweb]$ du -sb .
339501056       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic107@pl5 gigaweb]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

pl01.cs.washington.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic107@pl01 gigaweb]$ du -sb .
339501056       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic107@pl01 gigaweb]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

Analysis

All results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

plastic-108

GigaWeb, using count=40, port=4108, file=substrate.doc, md5sum=d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu of-planet3.stanford.edu server=10.42.108.92
of-planet4.stanford.edu pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu server=10.42.108.73
pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu server=10.42.108.95

One-time prep commands run on each server

sudo yum -y install pyOpenSSL patch
rm -rf ~/gigaweb
mkdir -p ~/gigaweb/docroot
cd ~/gigaweb
wget http://code.activestate.com/recipes/442473-simple-http-server-supporting-ssl-secure-communica/download/1/ -O httpsd.py
wget http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/PlasticSlices/Experiments/httpsd.py.patch?format=raw -O httpsd.py.patch
patch httpsd.py httpsd.py.patch
rm httpsd.py.patch

openssl genrsa -passout pass:localhost -des3 -rand /dev/urandom -out localhost.localdomain.key 1024
openssl req -subj /CN=localhost.localdomain -passin pass:localhost -new -key localhost.localdomain.key -out localhost.localdomain.csr
openssl x509 -passin pass:localhost -req -days 3650 -in localhost.localdomain.csr -signkey localhost.localdomain.key -out localhost.localdomain.crt
openssl rsa -passin pass:localhost -in localhost.localdomain.key -out decrypted.localhost.localdomain.key
mv decrypted.localhost.localdomain.key localhost.localdomain.key
cat localhost.localdomain.key localhost.localdomain.crt > localhost.localdomain.pem
rm localhost.localdomain.key localhost.localdomain.crt localhost.localdomain.csr

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
cd ~/gigaweb/docroot
python ../httpsd.py $server 4108

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
rm -rf ~/gigaweb
mkdir ~/gigaweb
cd ~/gigaweb
for i in {1..40} ; do wget --no-check-certificate https://$server:4108/substrate.doc -O substrate.doc.$i ; done
du -sb .
md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."

Results

wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic108@wings-openflow-3 gigaweb]$ du -sb .
339501056       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic108@wings-openflow-3 gigaweb]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

of-planet4.stanford.edu:

--2011-05-18 21:22:39--  https://10.42.108.73:4108/substrate.doc
Connecting to 10.42.108.73:4108... connected.
WARNING: cannot verify 10.42.108.73's certificate, issued by `/CN=localhost.localdomain':
  Self-signed certificate encountered.
WARNING: certificate common name `localhost.localdomain' doesn't match requested host name `10.42.108.73'.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... Read error (Connection timed out) in headers.
Retrying.

pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic108@pl4 gigaweb]$ du -sb .
339501056       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic108@pl4 gigaweb]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

Analysis

of-planet4.stanford.edu timed out trying to download from 10.42.108.73 (on pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu).

The other results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

plastic-109

GigaNetcat, using count=20, port=6109, file=substrate.doc, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
navis.gpolab.bbn.com pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu server=10.42.109.73
pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu pl02.cs.washington.edu server=10.42.109.81
pl01.cs.washington.edu planetlab5.clemson.edu server=10.42.109.105
planetlab4.clemson.edu of-planet3.stanford.edu server=10.42.109.92
of-planet4.stanford.edu wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu server=10.42.109.96
wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu ganel.gpolab.bbn.com server=10.42.109.51

One-time prep commands run on each client and server

sudo yum -y install nc

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
for i in {1..20} ; do nc -l $server 6109 < substrate.doc ; echo "completed transfer #$i" ; md5sum substrate.doc ; done

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
rm -rf ~/giganetcat
mkdir ~/giganetcat
cd ~/giganetcat
for i in {1..20} ; do nc $server 6109 > substrate.doc ; echo "completed transfer #$i" ; md5sum substrate.doc ; mv substrate.doc substrate.doc.$i ; done
du -sb .
md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."

Results

navis.gpolab.bbn.com:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@navis giganetcat]$ du -sb .
169752576       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@navis giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@pl4 giganetcat]$ du -sb .
169752576       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@pl4 giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

pl01.cs.washington.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@pl01 giganetcat]$ du -sb .
169752576       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@pl01 giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

planetlab4.clemson.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@planetlab4 giganetcat]$ du -sb .
169752576       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@planetlab4 giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

of-planet4.stanford.edu (and wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu, the server):

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@of-planet4 giganetcat]$ for i in {1..20} ; do nc $server 6109 > substrate.doc ; echo "completed transfer #$i" ; md5sum substrate.doc ; mv substrate.doc substrate.doc.$i ; done

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@wings-openflow-3 ~]$ for i in {1..20} ; do nc -l $server 6109 < substrate.doc ; echo "completed transfer #$i" ; md5sum substrate.doc ; done
completed transfer #1
d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb  substrate.doc

wings-openflow-2.wail.wisc.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@wings-openflow-2 giganetcat]$ du -sb .
169752576       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic109@wings-openflow-2 giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

Analysis

of-planet4.stanford.edu failed to download from 10.42.109.96 (on wings-openflow-3.wail.wisc.edu).

The other results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

plastic-110

GigaNetcat, using count=30, port=6110, file=substrate.doc, and this table of client/server pairs:

client server server address
gardil.gpolab.bbn.com pl01.cs.washington.edu server=10.42.110.80
pl02.cs.washington.edu of-planet1.stanford.edu server=10.42.110.90
of-planet2.stanford.edu pl4.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu server=10.42.110.72
pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu sardis.gpolab.bbn.com server=10.42.110.53

One-time prep commands run on each client and server

sudo yum -y install nc

Commands run on each server

server=<ipaddr>
for i in {1..30} ; do nc -l $server 6110 < substrate.doc ; echo "completed transfer #$i" ; md5sum substrate.doc ; done

Commands run on each client

server=<ipaddr>
rm -rf ~/giganetcat
mkdir ~/giganetcat
cd ~/giganetcat
for i in {1..30} ; do nc $server 6110 > substrate.doc ; echo "completed transfer #$i" ; md5sum substrate.doc ; mv substrate.doc substrate.doc.$i ; done
du -sb .
md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."

Results

gardil.gpolab.bbn.com:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@gardil giganetcat]$ du -sb .
254626816       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@gardil giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

pl02.cs.washington.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@pl02 giganetcat]$ du -sb .
254626816       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@pl02 giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

of-planet2.stanford.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@of-planet2 giganetcat]$ du -sb .
254626816       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@of-planet2 giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

pl5.myplc.grnoc.iu.edu:

[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@pl5 giganetcat]$ du -sb .
254626816       .
[pgenigpolabbbncom_plastic110@pl5 giganetcat]$ md5sum * | grep -v d4fcf71833327fbfef98be09deef8bfb || echo "All checksums match."
All checksums match.

Analysis

All results seem consistent with what we'd expect.

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